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Make sure your cybersecurity team includes a breach lawyer

Posted on August 6, 2018
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Imagine coming to work and being greeted by a sign on the door instructing you not to turn on your computer because your company’s network has been breached. Published in Inside Business, Expert Column >  Click here to read full article

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Stunning Cinematography of Mexico Filmed Entirely Using Drones

Posted on April 27, 2018
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Stunning Cinematography of Mexico Filmed Entirely Using Drones The video used for this three-minute montage was filmed by Tarsicio Sañudo  using six different DJI drones over a period of several years. The film showcases the many natural and man-made wonders of Mexico. His video won a contest sponsored by AirVūz, a drone video and sharing […]

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Intel Uses Drones, AI to Help Save Polar Bears and Whales

Posted on October 5, 2017
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Today, on World Animal Day, Intel Corp. is announcing two successful wildlife research expeditions powered by artificial intelligence (AI) and drones. In two separate collaborations with a wildlife photographer and conservationist, Ole Jørgen Liodden, and nonprofit organizations Parley for the Oceans and Ocean Alliance, Intel leveraged its AI and drone technology to provide researchers with […]

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Equifax Data Breach

Posted on September 12, 2017
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Equifax, one of the largest credit score providers in America, announced on September 7, 2017 that it was the victim of a large-scale hack that exposed the personal information, including Social Security numbers, of an estimated 143 million Americans. In addition to Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses, driver’s license numbers, 182,000 credit dispute documents […]

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Target Settles 2013 Hacked Customer Data Breach For $18.5 Million

Posted on June 8, 2017
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NBC News | BUSINESS MAY 24 2017, 10:49 AM ET Target agreed to pay $18.5 million to settle claims by 47 states and resolve a multi-state investigation into a massive data breach in late 2013. Target places the total cost of the data breach at $202 million. > Click to read article  

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Chipotle Says Hackers Hit Most Restaurants in Data Breach

Posted on June 8, 2017
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NBC News | BUSINESS MAY 27 2017, 1:29 AM ET Hackers used malware to steal customer payment data from most of Chipotle’s roughly 2,250 restaurants. The company is expected to face substantial fines and liability based on the data breach. > Click to read article

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Cyber Security and Business Resiliency

Posted on May 18, 2017
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The WannaCry Ransomware Attack is the biggest coordinated cyberattack of its kind, impacting countless organizations and infecting hundreds of thousands of computers in more than 100 countries.  Once a computer is infected, the ransomware encrypts and holds for ransom any file it can reach, seizing control of your business or home network. Don’t wait until […]

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Jim Chapman Represents Plaintiff, Receives 100% Treasure Salvage Award in S.S. Central America Case

Posted on September 7, 2016
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Federal Judge Announces Favorable Ruling in the Matter of the SS Central America and Recognizes the  Contribution of Odyssey Marine Exploration TAMPA, Fla., Sept. 06, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Ira Owen Kane, the court-appointed Receiver for the salvor of the SS Central America, Recovery Limited Partnership (RLP), announced today that on August 31, 2016, Chief […]

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EDVA Judge dismisses case against parent company after finding parent was not “Alter Ego” of Virginia subsidiary

Posted on January 28, 2016
Posted in Cases, Updates

Piercing corporate structures remains tough in Virginia, even if only to show jurisdiction. In a discrimination case brought by an employee of a Virginia-based subsidiary against his employer, its controlling mid-level subsidiary, and the Indiana parent company of both, Judge Conrad of the Western District of Virginia granted the parent company’s motion to dismiss for […]

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Virginia Federal court allows jury in trademark case even where demand came 5 months too late

Posted on January 28, 2016
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In a Lanham Act case involving pharmaceutical products, Judge Conrad of the Western District of Virginia granted plaintiff’s motion for a jury trial, even though it was made only four months before trial and outside the time prescribed by Rule 38. In Concordia Pharm. Inc. v. Method Pharm. LLC, No. 3:14-cv-16 (W.D. Va. Nov. 4, […]

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